Found in 736 Collections and/or Records:
Slides taken in the spring & summer of 2003 by Brenda Hampton, McClung Collection darkroom technician. Subjects include construction at Krutch Park and Market Square, Union Avenue, Market Street, Gay Street.
Downtown Knoxville photographs: view of downtown Knoxville from the Knoxville Police Dept.; Knoxville Police Dept. Headquarters; the Civic Coliseum; the Coliseum Parking Garage; Hyatt Regency Hotel
Papers of Dr. Herbert Acuff, operator of the Acuff Clinic, Knoxville. Papers from ca. 1940s-early 1950s. Includes photographs of 1948 dinner honoring Dr. Acuff, medical articles by Dr. Acuff, and papers presented by Dr. Acuff.
E.O. Lane house, Whitesburg, Hamblen County, Tenn. 3 interior shots showing decorative painting on walls and ceiling. Taken by Citizen-Tribune staff photographer Mary Barron. The house was sold at auction on July 18, 1981. 8 x 10” B&W
Earl D. Reed Collection. World War II photograph albums, U.S. Naval Academy and U.S. Marine Corps material.
5 framed color photographs of Cades Cove taken by Earl. W. Fox in 1973.
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings pasted in book (National Bank Act, 1890). Clippings include: Tate L. and Felix Earnest families; Mrs. W. G. Brownlow; Billy Sunday, Sen. Edward Carmack, etc.; Carmack for Governor button; two photographs (in Photograph Box 1) --Home Guard with Joseph Albert Ahler and W. T. Webb grocery store.
East Tennessee Farmers Association, 36th annual convention. Knoxville, Tenn. May 18-20, 1909. (photographs)
East Tennessee Farmers Association, 36th annual convention. Knoxville, Tenn. May 18-20, 1909. Oversize photograph.
East Tennessee Female Institute. Erected 1829, demolished June 1891. AKA Knoxville Female Academy. Located on Henley Street between Hill and Main. Photograph taken May 1891. Ext. bldg. with students. approx. 7 1/5 x 5” sepia, mounted + one 8 x 10” B&W copy photograph + one 8 x 10” B&W detail.
Some photographs from ETHS publications, mostly Tennessee Ancestors
SPC 2017.013.001 a:Guthrie-Bradley store, 1904-1918. Men in front of business. b: ID on back. 1 pc. SPC 2017.013.002. Printed image of Old Front Street, Sweetwater, Tenn Tree near old well. 1 pc. mounted on paper.
Ed Westcott: Capturing History. Award Nomination for ETHS 2009. Includes a copy of the book “Through the Lens of Ed Westcott: A Photographic History of World War II’s Secret City” letters of commendation, newspaper articles, photographs.
Electrotechnical Laboratory. United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Region VII, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Norris, Tenn.
Family Bible given to Eliza R. Fain by her mother M.A. Moore, 1870. Eliza Ruth Moore married George Alexander Fain on July 21, 1854. Eliza R. Fain left the Bible to her daughter Kittie Rice Fain in November 1900. Eleven CDVs of Fain family members were found with the Bible. They were photocopied and the originals are in the box with the Bible. Subjects in CDVs include: Mrs. Eliza R. Fain and Mattie, Minnie Fain, Mrs. M.A. Moore, Belle Fain, and E.R. Fain.
Ellen Renshaw House Fletcher (1843-1907) kept the Civil War diary in Knoxville which was published as “A Very Violent Rebel.” After the war Ellen married James William Fletcher, and the family remained in Knoxville, Tennessee. She and her family are buried in Old Gray Cemetery. The collection includes photographs, small artifacts, and a few documents mostly from the postwar years.
Hope family letters, no date, 1823-1838; poem “Our Boys,” 1884; three photograph albums containing Hope family snapshots and pictures of local resorts, the Appalachian Exposition, Great Smoky Mountains, Elkmont, Henderson Springs, Jamestown Exposition, World War I parade in Knoxville, ships, etc.; Thomas Hope documents; The Builder’s Golden Rule by William Pain, no date (before 1828). Contains notes and entries by Thomas Hope.
Ernest T. Crawford Papers, Singing Evangelist from Clinton, Tenn. Ca. 1920s-1930s. (Gift of Ronald R. Allen)
Papers of Ernest T. Crawford, ‘Singing Evangelist,’ Clinton, Tenn. Ca. 1920s-1930s. Includes announcements of his appearances; photograph of Crawford and of river baptism; Crawford’s song “Don’t Let Him Call In Vain,’ Crawford’s Odd Fellows certificates, 1911, 1912; membership cards to Alpha Lodge, F.& A.M., 1913, 1915.